Free Press Journal
  • Delhi court summons Lalu Prasad, Rabri Devi and Tejashwi Yadav as accused in IRCTC money laundering case

    New Delhi: A Delhi court Monday summoned RJD chief Lalu Prasad, wife Rabri Devi and son Tejashwi Yadav as accused in IRCTC money laundering case. Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) Arun Bharadwaj took cognisance of the charge sheet and directed all the accused to be present before it on October 6. The court also issued production warrant against Prasad considering the fact that he is currently lodged in a Ranchi jail. The court was hearing a case

  • Two acquitted in Indian Airlines hijacking case

     New Delhi : A Delhi court on Monday acquitted two men, accused of hijacking a New Delhi-Srinagar Indian Airlines flight and forcing it to land in Pakistan in 1981. Additional Sessions Judge Ajay Pandey granted the relief to Tajinder Pal Singh and Satnam Singh.

  • 1981 AI plane hijacking case: 2 acquitted by Delhi court

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today acquitted two men, accused of hijacking a New Delhi-Srinagar Air India flight and forcing it to land in Pakistan in 1981. Additional Sessions Judge Ajay Pandey granted the relief to Tajinder Pal Singh and Satnam Singh.

  • Delhi court sends 2 men who attacked Umar Khalid to police custody 

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today sent two persons, who had allegedly attacked JNU student leader Umar Khalid in front of the Constitution Club here, to two-day police custody. The incident took place on August 13 and they were arrested from Haryana a week later.

  • Court extends interim protection from arrest to P Chidambaram, son Karti in Aircel-Maxis case

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today extended till October 8 the interim protection from arrest granted to former Union minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti in Aircel-Maxis cases filed by the CBI and the ED. Special CBI Judge O P Saini put up the matter for October 8 after the counsel appearing for the agencies told the court that the main counsel was not well and requested time.

  • Delhi Court frames charges of molestation against Somnath Bharti in Khirki Extension raid case

    New Delhi: Former Delhi Law minister Somnath Bharti will face trial in connection with the 2014 midnight raid at Khirki Extension here, with a Delhi court today framing molestation charges against him. An FIR was lodged by police in the case on the court’s direction after a Ugandan woman filed a plea on January 18, 2014. She had sought lodging of criminal case against unknown persons in the incident.

  • Court to hear Aircel-Maxis case on July 31

    New Delhi: A Delhi Court on Friday fixed July 31 to decide whether to take cognizance of the charge-sheet filed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) against Karti Chidambaram in the Aircel-Maxis case.

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    Delhi court acquits man in sexual harassment case, says allegations vague

    New Delhi: A man has been acquitted of the offence of sexually harassing his aunt for several years, with a Delhi court saying it was difficult to believe that the woman, who was a teacher, would suffer at the hands of her nephew. Additional Sessions Judge Smita Garg, while absolving the man of the offence under section 354A (sexual harassment) of the IPC, said the allegations levelled by the woman against him

  • It is husband’s duty to maintain wife and son: Delhi Court

    New Delhi,  A Delhi court has rejected a man’s plea to set aside an order directing him to pay Rs 15,000 as monthly maintenance to his estranged wife and son in a domestic violence case, saying a man is duty bound to maintain his family. Additional Sessions Judge Sanjeev Kumar II upheld a magisterial court order directing the man to pay Rs 10,000 to his wife and Rs 5,000 for his son’s

  • Forgery of Delhi University, CBSE certificates: Court quashes man’s 7-yr jail term

    New Delhi, A Delhi court has set aside a seven-year jail term given to a man allegedly for forging Delhi University and CBSE certificates for money, saying he was denied a chance to defend himself. Special Judge Vikas Dhull set aside the trial court’s sentence to the man, a north-west Delhi resident, holding that serious miscarriage of justice has taken place as he was not given the chance to explain his circumstances.